Jeff Jarrett: Satnam Singh Has The Most Potential Of Anybody On The AEW Roster, Bar None

Jeff Jarrett comments on the potential of Satnam Singh and Mark Briscoe's job at AEW Double or Nothing 2023.

Jeff Jarrett is prepared to step into the ring alongside Jay Lethal and attempt to wrestle away the AEW World Tag Team Championship from FTR with Mark Briscoe as referee. However, once FTR is in their rearview mirror, Double J think it's possible they can set their sites on another set of gold, The AEW World Trios Titles.

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Asked by PWMania whether or not Satnam Singh would definitely be the third man they choose to team with in the future, "The King of the Mountain" credited the giant as someone who has the most potential in AEW overall.

"I’ll clear that up. A friend of Jay’s, is a friend of mine. It just goes without saying, but Briscoe, he has a job to do this weekend and we keep kind of using the same kind of mentality. He’s going to do the right thing when the time comes. I’ll leave it at that, but the Trios Title, I’ll say this, I think Satnam Singh has the most potential of anybody on the AEW roster, candidly, bar none. But when we win those Tag Titles, me and Jay, don’t plan on losing them anytime soon. With the addition of Karen, you kind of look at our unit. A lot of names are bantering around; Lethal Connection, Triple J, I hear a name here and there. At the end of the day, we want to be called winners. That’s what we plan on doing when we win the Tag Team Titles," said Double J.

In the past, Jarrett has talked about wanting Mark Briscoe to change his philosophy and approach to wrestling. Fans can read those comments here.

Double or Nothing will take place from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 28. Fans can check out the full card here.

Fightful will have full coverage of AEW Double or Nothing 2023 and the media scrum afterward on Sunday, May 28.

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